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At the April 28, 2004 meeting...
Our Annual NAB Wrap-Up
A Panel Discussion Among Industry Experts Representing Different Aspects of the Television Industry

This year's annual NAB wrap-up was at WBZ-TV on Soldiers Field Road in Boston.

Fresh back from the annual pilgrimage to the Video Technology Mecca in Las Vegas, our distinguished panelists helped us analyze, make sense of, and position the present, as well as predict the future of what we all saw and/or missed at NAB2004. This year our panel of experts included experienced production and broadcasting professionals from all segments of the industry:

    Mike Keller
    Director of Engineering, Eastern Region, Hearst Argyle Television

    Bob Turner
    Video Editor and Contributing Editor/Prognosticator for Video Systems Magazine

    Peter Fasciano
    Corporate Fellow, Advance Development, AVID Technology

    John Rule
    Founder and President, Rule Broadcast Systems

    Joe Mendonca
    Manager - Product Development (Streaming Systems), HB Communications

Moderating this year's panel was past panelist Jeff Sauer, a Contributing Editor for Video Systems Magazine, Sound & Video Contractor Magazine, EMedia Magazine, and Computer Graphics World Magazine.

Posted: 11 May 2004
Bob Lamm, SMPTE/New England Newsletter/Web Page Editor
blamm@cync.com